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A team from Sustainability Institute, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and Ventana Systems has designed the Scoreboard, an online widget to show the estimated temperature increase in 2100 if current proposals within the negotiations at COP 15 were to be implemented.
The Climate Scoreboard allows users to check, on a daily basis, whether proposals in the treaty process commit countries to enough greenhouse gas emissions reductions to achieve widely expressed goals, such as limiting future warming to 1.5 to 2.0°C (2.7° to 3.6°F) above pre-industrial temperatures.
When country proposals to the UN change, a team in Copenhagen will immediately update the analysis (using the C-ROADS model created by Sustainability Institute, MIT, and Ventana Systems). In real time, around the world, wherever the Scoreboard is posted, the Scoreboard will update – showing both the progress that has been realized and the effort still required to achieve the goal.